Leicester supervisor Brendan Rodgers believes retaining keep of his star gamers this summer time indicates that they share the club’s ambitions.
The Foxes have persistently marketed players to “larger” clubs in current years, with N’Golo Kante, Danny Drinkwater and Ben Chilwell all signing up for Chelsea, Riyad Mahrez going to Manchester Metropolis and Harry Maguire signed by Manchester United.
A identical move for James Maddison to Arsenal was a resource of speculation till the Gunners signed Martin Odegaard, when Harvey Barnes fully commited his future to the club by signing a new four-year agreement this week.
Rodgers is also hopeful that Youri Tielemans, who scored a spectacular winner as Leicester won the FA Cup for the initial time in their heritage in May possibly, will also adhere to accommodate as he geared up for Monday’s Leading League activity at West Ham.
“Players have felt the have to have to transfer on and further more their professions, which is wonderful, and that is the character of the recreation,” Rodgers reported. “It will constantly transpire and some of the biggest golf equipment in the entire world will reduce their players.
“You have usually bought to be making ready this pipeline of players likely ahead so if you do lose them you get the upcoming kinds coming in. That’s anything we are pretty distinct on as a club.
“I just imagine this summer the players have been equipped to reflect on exactly where we are at as a staff and a club and come to feel they want to be a aspect of that, which is good information.
“There have been issues this year all around James (Maddison), but the actuality of that is it was all paper converse, gossip, since there was by no means an enquiry, hardly ever a bid. There was no drama there.”